When I was at primary school lessons such as history and geography were called by their proper names, but these days subjects seem to be merged into one. My son does not know the meaning of the...
Neil Smith, who died in September at age 58 of liver failure, brought a new dimension to geography by exploring the relationship between cities, the wider world and capitalism.
Hong Kong tourists are slowly returning to Manila despite the imposition of a black travel advisory - the highest-level warning - following the hostage shootings two years ago.
The hostage-taking in Manila two years ago that took the lives of seven Hong Kong tourists and their guide will never be forgotten by relatives and those injured. In the time that has passed,...
Beijing called on Washington to stop "stoking tension" over the disputed Diaoyu Islands yesterday as the US and Japan began a month-long military drill.
The recent surge in sectarian violence in strategically located border areas in Pakistan could be part of a larger plan to curtail Beijing's profile in the region.
Islands are part of Okinawa
According to existing law, a bilateral agreement between two countries on sovereignty issues is upheld under international law.
The Senkaku Islands, as...
The gunning down of Zhou Kehua by Chongqing police on Tuesday capped an eight-year manhunt for one of the most wanted men on the mainland, but the media frenzy shows no sign of abating.
The End of the Chinese Dream: Why Chinese People Fear the Future
by Gerard Lemos
Yale University Press
Trade between China and the Arab world grew 22 per cent in the first half of the year, despite political turmoil in the energy-rich region.
Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying summoned the Japanese consul-general yesterday amid a flurry of diplomatic protests following the arrest by Japan's coastguard of 14 activists from Hong Kong, Macau...
Each year on the mainland, there are hundreds of thousands of "mass incidents", that is, protests involving more than 50 people. Indeed, demonstrations involving thousands of people are a frequent...